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Dave is Adelaide born but has travelled much of Australia and Europe. He enjoys travel and the outdoors, and loves good food and wine.
He is assisted in many of his reviews by two clever canines.

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My WeekendNotes - 1055 - Page 16
Ever tried fighting your way through to get up close to the animals at the Royal Adelaide Show? Not usually a pleasa... [more]
The Royal Show has been delighting Adelaide families since 1840, bringing together city and country folk for nine da... [more]
07/09/2012 - 15/09/2012
Washing soda?? I hear you exclaim! The last anyone heard of washing soda was when your grandmother used a washboard t... [more]
Just in time for spring, the latest markets to hit Adelaide start at the tastefully renovated Mitcham Cultural Village o... [more]
It's not often that your pet pooch gets invited to an event to pamper them, so here is one to note in your diary. ... [more]
The Red Door Bakery at West Croydon has attracted quite a following, but I haven't had an opportunity to visit it ye... [more]
Warriparinga in a nature reserve in Bedford Park, not far from the Marion Shopping Centre. It is also home to th... [more]
It's not often that your pet pooch gets invited to an event to pamper them, so here is one to note in your diary. ... [more]
The Adelaide Peace Markets began in 2011 to celebrate and promote the importance of building and maintaining communi... [more]
On the 15th day of the eighth month in the lunar calendar, gather your family and friends to admire the full moon an... [more]
It's not often that your pet pooch gets invited to an event to pamper them, so here is one to note in your diary. ... [more]
It's not often that your pet pooch gets invited to an event to pamper them, so here is one to note in your diary. ... [more]
It's not often that your pet pooch gets invited to an event to pamper them, so here is one to note in your diary. ... [more]
The SA Variety Bash is a fun eight day drive in the country with mates to benefit the well known children's charity. It ... [more]
10/08/2012 - 18/08/2012
The OzAsia Festival is an annual Adelaide event which has grown hugely in popularity since its inception in 2007. It... [more]
14/09/2012 - 30/09/2012
Chilli lovers are a pretty determined bunch who need a regular boost to feed their addiction. And yes peppers contai... [more]
The Supaloc Targa Rally returns to Adelaide again in 2012, showcasing 150 cars worth more than $10m and putting on a... [more]
22/08/2012 - 26/08/2012
It's not just the architecture of old houses that fascinates me. I like to understand the whole context. The... [more]
The Unley Council area must surely have an obesity problem by now as it's serviced by more bakeries, cafes and restauran... [more]
The Dunstan Adventure Playground is an unusual find in today's safety conscious world. It's a playground that allows chi... [more]
We all know and love that muddy creek that meanders through Adelaide, the River Torrens. It is centrepiece of the wo... [more]
Adelaide Peace Market is a relatively new event in Adelaide. It brings together people from different cultures, comm... [more]
AVCon is Adelaide's annual Anime (Japanese Animations) and Video Games Convention. The not-for-profit event is immens... [more]
27/07/2012 - 29/07/2012
South Australia may have lost the Grand Prix event, but there will be plenty of excitement for motor racing enthusiasts ... [more]
27/07/2012 - 29/07/2012
Indian food is incredibly popular in Australia, and there are plenty of Indian restaurants here in Adelaide, possibl... [more]
An arboretum is simply a collection of trees, and the Waite Campus at Urrbrae is home to Adelaide's only Arboretum. It i... [more]
Thai cuisine is hugely popular in Australia, the fresh tastes of coriander, lemongrass and Thai basil coupled with g... [more]
If you have ever driven through New Cross on the New Cross Rd (A2) you have probably considered driving faster, although... [more]
Hilly Fields is a tranquil park in South London, bordered by Ladywell, Lewisham, and Brockley. There are 30 acres of... [more]
The London Eye is one of London's most popular attractions, but if you don't book in advance the average family will pay... [more]
Our writers have scoured Adelaide from coast to hills in search of off leash dog parks for their dog loving audience... [more]
Urrbrae House in the Waite Historic Precinct is surrounded by four distinct garden areas, with the occasional sculpture ... [more]
The suburb of Unley is often associated with magnificent and opulent houses, but just up Cross Road at Urrbrae is a beau... [more]
Upnor Castle is a 16th century fortification built on the River Medway in Kent, England. It is situated in the village o... [more]
In the mid 1500's, England needed to be ready for war with her European neighbours, and a strong navy was essential ... [more]
If you're visiting Rochester, then it's worthwhile taking a short walk across the River Medway bridge to Temple Manor in... [more]
Next door to my favourite Indian Restaurant in the south of Adelaide is Arriba Grill. It opened its Cumberland Park ... [more]
The first Cathedral was built in Rochester in AD 604, earning it the title of second oldest cathedral in England. The ... [more]
Clay and Coal is one of my favourite Indian Restaurants. I'm a regular takeaway customer, and have enjoyed eating in... [more]
About an hour from London by train is a quintessential English castle, built strategically in Kent at a crossing over th... [more]
This is an easy 10 minute walk starting from Westminster Tube Station, and taking in the sights of Big Ben, the Houses o... [more]
London has a marvelous public transport network, but I like to do my sightseeing on foot where possible to help get my b... [more]
A friend and I were keen to catch up for a quick lunch since we live at opposite ends of the city, so decided on a compr... [more]
The Marion Outdoor Market is a large market held on the first and third Sunday of the month at The Marion Sports & Commu... [more]
I've got to say this. As a male, I wasn't really looking forward to another craft market on a wintry day. Wading through... [more]
The Adelaide City Mosque, sometimes called the Afghan Mosque after its founding members lies in a quiet part of the Sout... [more]
On a seldom used street in the South West Corner of the city, an anonymous frontage identified only by the characters "9... [more]
The first thing that I noticed when I arrived at Meadows Country Market was a sense of community. People everywhere were... [more]
Most of us don't think about death very much, whether it be our own or somebody else's. But for some it is their life's ... [more]
If you were inspired reading our article on Growing Native Plants, here's an opportunity to put your good intentions... [more]
12/10/2019 - 13/10/2019
Many people are happy with a garden made from a patch of lawn lined with a few straggly rose bushes, or even box hedge... [more]
Many of us singles are on a seemingly ceaseless search for love. Or lust. Whichever comes first really. It c... [more]
For around 40 years, the Lions Club of Blackwood have been running a quirky market which has become a magnet for thrifty... [more]
In the article How to Bring out the Best in Your Dog, we looked at some ways to help you make the most of your tim... [more]
During the second world war numerous temporary bomb shelters were created around London to provide safe places during bo... [more]
A peaceful ancient graveyard in Ladywell church yard, in bustling Lewisham, SE London.... [more]
Taken on the way back from Mt Isa to Adelaide Reflection in the windows shows opal mines.... [more]
Seen in the suburbs, a new initiative from Telstra?... [more]
Strathalbyn is a pretty Adelaide Hills town located about 60 km south east of Adelaide. Founded in 1839 Strathalbyn was ... [more]
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